Donald H. McBurney

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Psychobiology Psychology, Experimental Psychology
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Carl Pfaffmann grad student 1964 Brown


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Lloyd Bogart grad student 1966-1970 University of Wisconson
Charles Webb grad student 1966-1971
Virginia Collings grad student 1973-1976 VCU
Janneane Gent grad student 1975-1980 University of Connecticut
Mark A. Affeltranger grad student 2002 University of Pittsburgh
Sybil A. Streeter grad student 2008 University of Pittsburgh
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McBurney DH, Balaban CD. (2009) A heuristic model of sensory adaptation. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 71: 1941-61
Affeltranger MA, McBurney DH, Balaban CD. (2007) Temporal interactions between oral irritants: piperine, zingerone, and capsaicin. Chemical Senses. 32: 455-62
Martin CS, Balaban CD, McBurney DH. (2006) Tonic and phasic processes in the acute effects of alcohol. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 14: 209-18
Lariviere WR, McBurney DH, Frot M, et al. (2005) Tonic, phasic, and integrator components of psychophysical responses to topical capsaicin account for differences of location and sex. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society. 6: 777-81
Balaban CD, McBurney DH, Affeltranger MA. (2005) Three distinct categories of time course of pain produced by oral capsaicin. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society. 6: 315-22
McBurney DH, Balaban CD, Popp JR, et al. (2001) Adaptation to capsaicin burn: effects of concentration and individual differences. Physiology & Behavior. 72: 205-16
Balaban CD, McBurney DH, Stoulis M. (1999) Time course of burn to repeated applications of capsaicin. Physiology & Behavior. 66: 109-12
McBurney DH, Balaban CD, Christopher DE, et al. (1997) Adaptation to capsaicin within and across days. Physiology & Behavior. 61: 181-90
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